Survival Bicycle – Best Bike – Features and Considerations

Survival Bicycle – Best Bike – Features and Considerations by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog You might call it a survival bicycle. A bike that will be a valuable asset during a disaster situation when ordinary transportation may be difficult or impossible. The only fuel required for bicycle transportation is your own muscle power and calories. A bicycle is obviously faster than walking. They’re practical for general transportation, commuting, or other ordinary uses during ordinary times. Great exercise too! But they may become especially useful when vehicular transportation may no…

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6 Easy Ways To Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing (And What To Do If You Fail)

6 Easy Ways To Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing (And What To Do If You Fail) by: Savannah H for Off the Grid News One of the biggest issues during winter are water pipes freezing and possibly bursting. Frozen pipes can be a serious problem if they do burst and — depending on the damage — can cost quite a bit to fix. Not to mention it creates a mess and leaves you without running water. If you are new to an area where frozen pipes are an issue, keep reading.…

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BRACE FOR COLD: WATER, CELL,& POWER OUTAGES IN TEXAS

BRACE FOR COLD: WATER, CELL,& POWER OUTAGES IN TEXAS by Mac Slavo for SHTFPlan Texas has been ravaged by a freezing storm. On Sunday night, while the storm raged on, the power grid took a beating leading to rolling blackouts across the state for around 4.3 million residents. As the power outages continue, they have set off a cascade of other problems, knocking some water treatment plants and cell phone networks offline. Winter storms are just one more reason to prepare.  Normally Texans don’t have to deal with storms of…

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Prepping for a Blizzard: A Practical Survival Guide

Prepping for a Blizzard: A Practical Survival Guide By Daisy Luther for The Organic Prepper Few can deny the common sense behind preparing for something that is definitely going to happen, yet every year, an impending winter storm sends people rushing out to the store at the last minute, prepping for a blizzard that is due to hit in mere hours. Every winter, if you live in certain climates, blizzards are going to occur. Usually, at least one storm will hit that will cause you to be snowed in. Often,…

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Venzuelan Collapse SCAM: “Damaged” US Dollars Being Exchanged for Less Than Actual Value

Venzuelan Collapse SCAM: “Damaged” US Dollars Being Exchanged for Less Than Actual Value by J. G. Martinez for The Organic Prepper When a collapse occurs, aside from the obvious, there are plenty of things that happen. Chaos theory kicks in, and depending on the location, crazy things transpire. An example of this is Singapore and what happed that led to it being one of the world’s safest countries. A brief history of Singapore: Singapore in the middle 50s and 60s had serious problems: unemployment, housing shortage because of over-population, racial…

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The Florida Water Supply Hack Demonstrates Our Vulnerability to Cyberattacks

The Florida Water Supply Hack Demonstrates Our Vulnerability to Cyberattacks by Robert Wheeler The Organic Prepper A seemingly innocuous story coming out of Oldsmar, Florida may have greater implications for the rest of the country and a potential preview of a coming SHFT scenario. This is because a hacker was able to successfully alter the levels of chemicals in Oldsmar’s water supply to “potentially damaging” levels. While nobody got hurt and authorities assure us that there was no danger to customers, this event clearly demonstrates exactly how vulnerable our infrastructure…

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4 Hidden Dangers Of Winter

4 Hidden Dangers Of Winter by: Robin Marri Miller for Off the Grid News Even for the seasoned outdoorist, it’s good to review wintertime safety protocols so that they are fresh in your mind. Too often we become relaxed, believing that nothing bad will happen to us. Yet things don’t always go as planned, and it is better to be safe than sorry. Here are four wintertime safety and awareness issues that everyone should keep in mind.   1. Watch out for black ice. Black ice is ice hidden under the…

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Prepping tips: What to expect when you lose power for one week

Prepping tips: What to expect when you lose power for one week by Virgilio Marin for BugOut Surviving a week-long power outage requires a great deal of preparation. You use electricity for a lot of things, so it only makes sense that you pay more attention to how you’ll manage your home in the event of a power outage. Here’s what to expect when the grid goes down for a week: (h/t to AskAPrepper.com) Day 1 A power outage often happens on short notice. The first thing you should do is to find alternative ways of heating…

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Why Are So Many Americans Stockpiling Guns, Silver And Food Right Now?

Why Are So Many Americans Stockpiling Guns, Silver And Food Right Now? by Michael Snyder for The Economic Collapse Blog We were told that 2021 would be the year when everything starts to get back to normal.  But that hasn’t exactly been the case, has it?  It has been just over a month, and there is still chaos everywhere.  We have seen a wild riot at the U.S. Capitol, civil unrest has been erupting in major cities from coast to coast, millions of people have filed for unemployment benefits, a president…

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A beginner’s 7-step guide to surviving the first week after SHTF

A beginner’s 7-step guide to surviving the first week after SHTF by: Virgilio Marin for Natural News The first week after SHTF is the most difficult. As society collapses, you’d have to do away with many creature comforts and adjust to this new life. This transitional period will be a test of your endurance and resourcefulness. If you’re able to come out stronger on the other side, then that means you’ve adapted and are better equipped to face whatever survival scenario that comes your way. If you’re not prepared at all for disaster, don’t worry. Here…

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